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Roland M (nl) wrote: Why?? You could've given your Fortune a better purpose, greedy bastards. Went out and chose to waste our time instead. Unless they've got some kind of revenge on Capcom and its characters, i couldn't think of a better purpose on why they've made more of a dent in their integrity and their sheer brilliance. They've managed to ruin every single one of them with inconsistency, and the way they make them so uninteresting and completely soul-less, in order to help them advance through a useless, clichd, boring thing they call a plot. One of the worst i've seen in a lifetime.
Ben R (de) wrote: -interesting-not enough action-a pretty flat movie-3 stars
Alyssa S (jp) wrote: really got to see it luv the comic and game
Sofia G (mx) wrote: This movie is so funny
Eric N (kr) wrote: Far too ambitious for its limited budget. The movie could have been improved by cutting down on the visual effects. A nice try, combining half a dozen different sci-fi movies into one. I just hate this cheap era of throwing computer graphics at the problem instead of filmmaking, and asian sci-fi is no exception.
Tyler O (us) wrote: yay.... Mischa Barton...
John Y (fr) wrote: Really good mystery film, though some parts are stupid.
Tanner M (kr) wrote: If I were to describe this entry in the Nightmare on Elm street series it would be "boring". Freddy doesn't do really anything we haven't seen him do already. The only thing really original about this film is the deaf kid kill.
Alex K (ca) wrote: My Favorite Ridley Scott Film Is 2000's Gladiator.
Pablo G (ag) wrote: Easily one of Lynchs most intriguing and terryfying films, Inland Empire relies heavily on its surrealistic imagery and premise, making it a movie that while hard to follow, is still pretty haunting and interesting for the sake of the dream-like, almost nightmerish, moments it can create, and with great acting and characters, it is a film that every Lynch fan would love to watch over and over only for the sake of decrypting its deepest meanings.